(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
Dhaka : Bangladesh and Rwanda signed a bilateral air services agreement to enhance connectivity, trade and people-to-people relationships between the two countries.
Mustafizur Rahman, Bangladeshi High commissioner to India and Jacqueline Mukangira, Rwanda's High commissioner to Bangladesh, signed the agreement in a formal ceremony at the High Commission of Bangladesh in New Delhi on January 12.
The agreement will allow the operation of air transport services that will facilitate the movement of people, cargo and mail, to strengthen business ties and promote tourism between Rwanda and Bangladesh, the Rwandan high commission said.
'The agreement will contribute enormously to the economic growth of both countries, and will notably provide the Rwandan private sector with access to a market of more than 160 million people.'
'Rwanda and Bangladesh are also still negotiating various agreements that will bring their bilateral cooperation to greater heights.'
Bangladesh and Rwanda have enjoyed good diplomatic relations since 2012.
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